LO1 Promote a holistic approach to person-centred practice

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 Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

Unit 19 - HND Assignment Brief

Session: September 20/21

Programme title

Pearson BTEC HND Healthcare Practice for England Level 5

Unit number and title

19

Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

Credit Value

Core Unit – 15 Credits

Assessor(s)

 

Issue Date

25 September 2020

Final assignment submission deadline

 

Submission instruction

 On completion, assessments should be uploaded before the submission deadline, through Turnitin, located through the Unit introduction page on Canvas. You will receive a receipt to acknowledge your submission of evidence. This ensures that there is a clear audit trail for submission of assignments.

Any extension or deferral requests must be submitted in advance of the assessment deadline and agreed, in writing with the unit leader.

Where a submission is submitted later than the agreed deadline without an application for an extension or deferral being approved that submission will be capped at a ‘Pass’.

Resubmission deadline

TBA

 

General Guidelines

  • The work you submit must be in your own words. If you use a quote or an illustration from somewhere you must give the source.
  • Include a list of references at the end of your document. You must give all your sources of information.
  • Make sure your work is clearly presented and that you use readily understandable English.
  • Wherever possible use a word processor and its “spell-checker”.
  • The work you submit must be in your own words.
  • Include a list of references at the end of your document. You must give all your sources of information (this must be in accordance with the Harvard referencing system).
  • Make sure your work is clearly presented in chronological order and has a logical flow.
  • English presented within the body of your assignment must show academic proficiency and comply with academic requirements.  If an individual has additional learning needs these should be appropriately assessed and met. Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

Feedback

In-class feedback will be available from draft submissions on a task-by-task basis in the form of formative feedback and also for initial submission (formative feedback will not include any indication of final grades, the process will focus upon supporting development).

Summative feedback will be provided within 3-4 weeks of the assignment submission; however, final grades will be released in accordance with organisational policies and procedures. Please note you will be required to authenticate receiving your summative feedback.

Internal Verifier

 

Signature (IV of the brief)

 

Date

25 September 2020

 

Introduction - Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

Reflective practice is used throughout the healthcare profession as a means to improving the practitioner’s skills, reviewing how they have dealt with situations that have occurred and identified areas that need further development. Overall this enables the practitioner to provide a high-quality service and adopt a more professional approach to the user of services. Being a reflective practitioner is key to lifelong learning and development for working in health, care and support service professions. Reflective practice works to ensure that a high-quality service is offered to the users of services and the effective practitioner identifies areas for development and where they can share good practice. This unit builds on learning from Unit 2: Demonstrating Professional Principles and Values in Health and Social Care Practice. It provides students with an opportunity to further develop their skills as reflective practitioners. P1 Compare how the medical and social models apply to personcentred practice in a health, care or support services. The evidence for the unit will be based on theoretical considerations as well as practice within the workplace. It requires students to bring together their classroom and workplace learning across their programme, demonstrating their professional development using reflective approaches. Learning in the workplace will be supplemented with wider understanding and knowledge from all parts of the course. Through this unit, students will be supported to take responsibility for their own learning, demonstrate their capacity to continuously learn and grow, reflect on their own practice and encourage others to develop their practice. It enables students to have a greater understanding of person-centred care, the legal and ethical framework under which practitioners operate, and further develop the skills required to develop them as reflective healthcare practitioners throughout their learning and career in the health and social care sector. As students will be reflecting using examples from real practice in their workplace setting, it is essential that students respect the confidentiality of information used within this unit.

Learning outcomes and criteria covered by this assignment:

  • All pass criteria
  • All merit descriptors
  • All distinction descriptors

Edexcel Grading Criteria

This assignment/portfolio will be assessed according to the following grading criteria:

  • To attain a ‘PASS‘ grade, students need to achieve all the ‘PASS‘ criteria.
  • To attain a ‘MERIT‘ grade, students need to achieve all the ‘MERIT‘ criteria, along with all the ‘PASS’ criteria.
  • To attain a ‘DISTINCTION‘ grade, students need to achieve all the ‘DISTINCTION’ criteria, along with all the ‘MERIT’ and PASS criteria.

*NB: It is not accepted practice to submit assignments that present the grades, pass, merit and distinction as separate entities.  A holistic integrated approach must be used whereby the criterion appears seamless within the body of the text.

Plagiarism and collusion

Any act of plagiarism and collusion will be seriously dealt with according to the City College Limited regulations. In this context the definition and scope of plagiarism are presented below:

  • Using the work of others without acknowledging the source of information or inspiration. Even if the words are changed or sentences are put in a different order, the result is still plagiarism (Cortell 2003).
  • Collusion is described as the submission of work produced as a result of the collaboration between two or more parties. Additionally, collaboration entails the sharing of one person‘s work with others who submit either all or part of their coursework ―as their own.
  • Contract Cheating – the Use of Third-Party Services and Essay Mills The purchasing of essays from a third party and passing them off as a student’s original work is taken very seriously by both the College, by De Montfort University, and by Pearson Edexcel. The teaching practices, delivery methods and generally smaller class sizes within the College allow our staff to become more familiar with a student’s academic style and capabilities making them more able to detect fraudulent submissions that may nor otherwise be detected through Turnitin software. Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

 

 

 


Learning outcomes

On successful completion of this unit a learner will:

Assessment criteria for Pass

 

Assessment criteria for Merit

Assessment criteria for Distinction

 

LO1 Promote a holistic approach to person-centred practice

P1 Compare how the medical and social models apply to personcentred practice in a health, care or support services.

 

P2 Discuss how to adopt a person-centred approach when planning and implementing a programme for individuals requiring support

M1 Review the challenges with applying person-centred care in own workplace setting.

D1 Evaluate how dilemmas experienced in own workplace setting affect a consistency in approach to effective person-centred practice.

 

 

 

LO2 Review current policies, legislation and regulations in relation to effective person-centred practice

P3 Discuss how aspects of different legislation are reflected in the provision of personcentred care in a healthcare setting using specific examples.

P4 Suggest appropriate solutions to different problems that may occur in implementing specific regulations and policies in a health and care setting.

M2 Assess the challenges in interpreting different legislation in relation to the planning and provision of personcentred care in own workplace setting.

D2 Critically evaluate the effectiveness of health and safety and safeguarding systems in own workplace setting in meeting legislative requirements.

LO3 Reflect on own practice within health, care or support settings

P5 Produce a comparative reflective account of own provision of periods of personcentred care in different workplace settings.

M3 Interrogate own effectiveness in managing own workload as part of a team providing person-centred care for different individuals.

D3 Critically evaluate own and others’ practice in enabling a consistent approach to high-quality care in different health and care settings.

LO4 Explore ways to develop own professional skills and behaviours in relation to health, care or support service provision

P6 Construct a short medium and long-term plan to improve own practice and skills in providing personcentred care.

P7 Analyse the practicality of own plans in relation to contributing to the collective effectiveness of own workplace team.

M4 Implement own short-term plan during a period of workplace experience.

M5 Monitor own implementation of plan throughout, making suggestions for further improvement.

D4 Produce a critically reflective action plan for further personal and professional development based on own reflective learning.

Unit 19   Learning Outcomes Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

LO1 Promote a holistic approach to person-centred practice

Assignment Brief and Guidance

Task 1 – You have been asked to produce a training tool in the form of a leaflet  for your care home to train the staff on how to  promote holistic approach to person-centred practice.                         

In your article, you should include:

  • A comparison of how the medical and social models apply to person centred practice in a health, care or support services.
  • In your leaflet, you should inform the reader how to adopt a person-centred approach when planning and implementing a programme for individuals that require support in your work place setting.
  • Your leaflet should also review and evaluate challenges and dilemmas within your workplace setting that affect a consistent approach to effective person- centred practice.
  • Illustrations can be used throughout the leaflet with appropriate referencing

It is a requirement for this assignment that your work is academically referenced in accordance with the Harvard referencing system.  You are also required to embed theoretical models associated to the topics under investigation.  LO1 Promote a holistic approach to person-centred practice. You can use illustrations within the body of your article.  Your article must be written to an academic level 5 standard with structure and flow, which is comprehensive in nature and free from errors.  A reference list is required to support your research and provide the reader with sources of reference. 

Your leaflet should be no more than 500 words (you will not be penalised for exceeding the word count).

 

Unit 19 Learning Outcomes

LO2 Review current policies, legislation and regulations in relation to effective person-centred practice

Assignment Brief and Guidance

Task 2 – For this task you are required to  write a critical evaluation investigative report of systems from your own setting related to health and safety and safeguarding. Your report must take into consideration  the related policies in the setting, as well as related regulatory and legislative requirements. Your report will also provide solutions for problems identified in the implementation of the systems investigated. Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

You should include in the report;

  • Discussion on aspects of different legislation, regulations and policies that are reflected in the provision of person centred care.  You must include health and safety and safeguarding legislation in your report, by process of critically evaluating the effectiveness of health and safety and safeguarding systems in your own workplace setting in meeting legislative requirements.
  • Your report should include the challenges in interpretating different legislation with regard to planning person centred care in your own work setting.
  • You should include suggested solutions to different problems that may occur in implementing specific regulations and policies in a health care setting.
  • To conclude your report you should include a reference list that provides your audience with information for self directive reading.  Your reference list should comprise of sources of evidence used in your report

It is a requirement for this assignment that your work is academically referenced in accordance with the Harvard referencing system.  You are also required to embed theoretical models associated to the topics under investigation.  You can use illustrations within the body of your article.  Your article must be written to an academic level 5 standard with structure and flow, which is comprehensive in nature and free from errors.  A reference list is required to support your research and provide the reader with sources of reference LO1 Promote a holistic approach to person-centred practice

Your leaflet should be no more than 1,000 words (you will not be penalised for exceeding the word count).

Unit 19 Learning Outcomes

LO3 Reflect on own practice within health,care or support setting

Assignment Brief and Guidance

Task 3-  For this task you are required to write a  a reflective account which critically evaluates your own and others’ practice, based on your personal and professional learning of patient centered care.

You should include;

  • Reflection on  your own effectiveness with regard to managing your own workload as part of a team that provides person centred care.
  • You should critically evaluate your own and others practice to reflect upon enabling a consistent approach to ensure high quality care in different health care settings with the inclusion of person centred approaches.

*NB:  Remember to effectively reflect, think about:

  • Your strengths and areas for development.
  • Models of reflection and domains associated to topics for this unit – plan, do, review/evaluate as a continuum (with reference to sessions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5).

Your reflective account must be written to an academic Level 5 standard with structure and flow, which is comprehensive in nature and free from errors.  A reference list is required to support your research and provide the reader with sources of reference.  Your Reflective Account should be no more than 500 words (You will not be penalised for exceeding the recommended word count).

You are also required to embed theoretical models associated to the topics under investigation.  You can use illustrations within the body of your article.Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit Learning Outcomes

LO4 Explore ways to develop own professional skills and behaviours in relation to health, care or support service provision

Assignement brief and guidance

Task 4; - For this task you are required to develop and implement a critically reflective short-, medium- and long-term action plan which will develop your own skills, understanding and practice, based on your personal and professional learning of patient centered care through two real life case studies

 This should include;

  • Discussion on how you provided person-centred care from the Case studies that you studied from your own work area
  • How you monitored your plan by process of continually reviewing it and include suggestions for further improvement.
  • You must also, analyse the practicality of your own plans in relation to contributing to the collective effectiveness of own workplace team. Your plan should come from real live activity during a period of workplace experience.

*NB: Your plan should consider the ‘Practice Themes’ and a template will be provided for your to use for this task.

Whilst this is a practical activity, it is a requirement for this assignment that your work is academically referenced in accordance with the Harvard referencing system as you should relate and draw from theoretical models.  Your evidence must be written to an academic Level 5 standard with structure and flow, which is comprehensive in nature and free from errors.

Your leaflet action plan should be no more than 1,000 words (you will not be penalised for exceeding the word count).

Please access HN Global for additional resources support and reading for this unit. For further guidance and support on report writing please refer to the Study Skills Unit on HN Global

Glossary: LO1 Promote a holistic approach to person-centred practice

Analyse: Break an issue or topic into smaller parts by looking in depth at each part.  Support each part with arguments and evidence for and against (Pros and cons).

Critically Evaluate/Analyse:  When you critically evaluate you look at the arguments for and against an issue. You look at the strengths and weaknesses of the arguments. This could be from an article you read in a journal or from a text book.

Discuss: When you discuss you look at both sides of a discussion. You look at both sides of the arguments. Then you look at the reason why it is important (for) then you look at the reason why it is important (against).

Explain: When you explain you must say why it is important or not important.

Evaluate: When you evaluate you look at the arguments for and against an issue.

Identify: When you identify you look at the most important points.

Learner Guidelines:

Each unit will be graded as a Pass, Merit or Distinction. A Pass is awarded for the achievement of all outcomes against the specified assessment criteria based mostly on DESCRIPTIVE content. Merit and Distinction grades are awarded for higher-level achievement which includes degrees of CRITICAL THINKING, ANALYSIS and EVALUATION – these are higher level skills that you should work on over the period of your programme.  If the report fails to meet all Pass criteria, it will be referred. The second attempt will then be capped at a Pass, as per the Pearson Edexcel regulations).

If your submission fails to meet all Pass criteria, it will be referred. The second attempt will then be capped at a Pass, as per the Pearson Edexcel regulations.

Please access HN Global for additional resources support and reading for this unit. For further guidance and support on report writing please refer to the Study Skills Unit on HN Global.co.uk

Submission Instructions:

Wider reading is available via our /CANVAS website with guidance given within the Unit 35 folder and links are available giving remote access to the e-library resources including e-books, journals & databases. You are encouraged to use these to develop your assignment. Let your college administrator know if you need any help with ATHENS login. Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES

Key reading materials:

Link to:www.highernationals.com

AVERY, G. (2016) Law and Ethics in Nursing and Healthcare: An Introduction (2nd Ed.) London: Sage Publications Ltd.

HERRING, J. (2016) Medical Law and Ethics (6th Ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Unit 19 Reflective approaches in implementing person centred practice


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